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July 23, 2012. Kansas AC Co-Lead Cindy Teel, PhD, RN, FAAN Associate Dean, Graduate Programs KU School of Nursing. Session Overview. Purpose of Action Coalitions Kansas Action Coalition who is involved & what has been done? June 2011 and March 2012 meetings Priorities in Kansas

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July 23, 2012

Kansas AC Co-Lead

Cindy Teel, PhD, RN, FAAN

Associate Dean, Graduate Programs

KU School of Nursing

session overview
Session Overview
  • Purpose of Action Coalitions
  • Kansas Action Coalition
    • who is involved & what has been done?
  • June 2011 and March 2012 meetings
  • Priorities in Kansas
  • One recommendation – 80% BSN by 2020
  • Ideas for next steps
  • Getting involved
purpose of action coalitions ccna
Purpose of Action Coalitions, CCNA
  • ACs are built to effect long-term sustainable change in moving the [IOM] recommendations into action
  • Comprised of diverse groups of stakeholders from a variety of sectors, the AC mission is to:
    • develop an issue strategy plan as basis for AC implementation efforts
  • ACs will further the overall initiative by
    • capturing best practices
    • determining research needs
    • tracking lessons learned
    • identifying replicable models
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Kansas AC Activities

  • December
    • Creating a successful application, webinar
    • 4 KS AC Teams (AC Summit), formation
  • January
    • KCMHC CEO meeting, presentation
    • RWJF fellows involved in CFA, webinar
    • Involving health professionals & key stakeholders, webinar
    • Grant application to RWJF: Advancing Health Care Resources in KS: Mapping Workforce Data with GIS & Creating an Information Clearinghouse
  • February
    • Action Coalition Wave IV Application, review
more activities
More activities…
  • March
  • KCMHC HR Steering Committee meeting, presentation
  • KS Nursing Education Summit, participation
  • April
  • Funding from HCFGKC
  • Hire Program Manager; Website development
  • KONL and KMEF presentations
  • May
  • Facebook, Twitter
  • APIN application
  • June
  • Newsletter
  • Fundraising webinar
  • MS student project re: 80/20
previous state summits focus on iom recommendations
Previous State SummitsFocus on IOM Recommendations

June 2011, Kansas City

Focus on message for KS legislators

  • Communication
  • Partnerships, Collaboration
  • Leadership, Mentorship
  • Responsibility for leading change
  • Need more data focused on outcomes
  • Patient safety, care quality
  • Financial support

March 2012, Wichita

Education emphasis

  • Communication
  • Partnerships, Collaboration
  • Leadership, Mentorship
  • Teamwork
  • Need for nursing workforce data
  • Simulation, diverse clinical education models
  • Financial Support
kansas data re 80 20 recommendation
Kansas Data re: 80/20 Recommendation

What’s our goal in Kansas??

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Interprofessional Collaboration Diversity Data

#8 Build an infrastructure to collect & analyze interprofessional health care workforce data

advancing practice
Advancing Practice
  • Increase visibility of nursing workforce
  • Overcome licensing, titling, and regulation barriers; state nurse practice acts
  • Foster interprofessional practice (IPP)
  • Promote patient-centered care
  • Promote employer recruitment and retention of a well-prepared workforce
  • Continue research re: care processes & outcomes
advancing education
Advancing Education
  • Seamless academic pathways
    • common curriculum; common competencies
  • Employer incentives to hire BSN or support obtaining BSN
    • 83% of new nurses are in hospitals
  • Funding for pursuit of 2nd degree
  • Accelerated programs, e.g., BS-DNP/PhD options
  • Curriculum to promote IPE
  • Enhancing student and faculty diversity; ~10% male
  • Market-competitive packages for nursing faculty
advancing leadership
Advancing Leadership

Personal skills

  • Innovative thinking
  • Team membership & leadership
  • Achievement & community orientation
  • Organizational awareness & strategic orientation

Knowledge

  • Health care delivery & performance
  • Business & finance
  • Human resources
risa lavizzo mourey m d m b a rwjf president ceo
RisaLavizzo-Mourey, M.D., M.B.ARWJF President & CEO

“At the RWJF, the IOM report is our blueprint for transforming the nursing profession to help ensure that all patients receive the care they need & deserve.

We …encourage others to address its recommendations to fully realize the Campaign for Action’s vision: a nation where all have access to high-quality, patient-centered care in a health care system in which nurses contribute as essential partners in achieving success.”

Lavizzo-Mourey, R. (2012) Nursing Outlook

getting involved
Getting involved….

Jon Teel, KS AC Program Manager

[email protected]

Catch us on:

Facebook, Twitter, & website

http://facebook.com/kansasac

https://twitter.com/#!/KansasAC

http://kansasactioncoalition.org

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